This Week in Links: February 27 – March 3

For Rights Holders:

7 Insider Tips You Need to Learn from Self-Pub Pros – via Bad Redhead – “There are authors who are paving the way for others when it comes to self-marketing, and nearly all examples of this come from the independent publishing pond. Here are just seven tips that work.

3 List Building Tactics to Attract Subscribers Quickly Before a Book Launch – via BookMarketingTools – “[R]eaders want more these days. If they’re going to part with their precious contact information, they want high-value items that will benefit them in some way.”

Does Your Dialogue Match Your Characters? – via CreateSpace – Good dialogue is a hallmark of any successful audiobook.

What is Your Social Media Purpose? – via The Write Conversation – Hone your efforts on social media by asking yourself why you’re using it in the first place.

For Producers:

The 1 Thing That Will Help You Fail at VoiceOvers – via Dave Courvoisier – “The reality for most freelancers, though — and especially for voice actors — is: this career is  built on consistency, patience, and steady growth.”

How to Use Facebook Ads for a Voiceover Business – via Victoria DeAnda – Read an overview of how to leverage the popular platform to increase your exposure.

How to Add Voice Over Demos to Your LinkedIn Profile – via Marc Scott – This video walks you through the process of creating an audio resume for potential clients to peruse.

Peformance: The Craft of Audiobook Narration – via ACX – Bookmark our playlist of videos on the art of audiobook acting, and get ready to learn.

2 responses to “This Week in Links: February 27 – March 3

  1. Facebook Ads? You’ve actually included an article recommending Facebook ads? And you thought what? This would lend greater credibility to the rest of your publication? Christ… Why don’t you include an article recommending that we soak our microphones in Vinegar, and then dry them in the oven to help get a nice clean crisp sound?

  2. Generating e-mail lists and newsletter lists aren’t as easy as you seem to make it; at least it hasn’t been for me. I’m still trying to figure my way around Mailchimp.

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